|Home Episode Summaries Season 2 Sins of the Fathers
Credits: story by Steve Gerber and script by Buzz Dixon
Production Number: 600-84
Original Airdate: November 18, 1986
Dial-Tone has screwed up one too many times and as a result his re-enlistment
papers are rejected by G.I.Joe. Out in the private sector, Dial-Tone finds
himself without a job - that is until a mysterious woman offers him a job
on an even more mysterious project somewhere in Northern England - a job
secretly funded by Cobra!
* indicates the character was silent during the episode
Destro's castle, where the creature lived until it struck a deal with
Cobra Commander, was destroyed in "Skeletons in the Closet."
Bazooka*, Beach Head, Cutter, Dial-Tone, Flint, General Hawk, Generic Joe*,
Gung Ho*, Leatherneck, Lift-Ticket, Low-Light*, Mainframe, Sci-Fi*, Shipwreck,
||Cobra: BAT*, Cobra Commander, Destro, Dr. Mindbender, Scrap Iron, Serpentor, Strato-Viper*, Tele-Viper*, Viper*, Zarana
|G.I.Joe: Devilfish, Tomahawk, WHALE
||Cobra: Air Chariot, Firebat, Night Raven, Stun, Trubble Bubble
When Destro's chant is played backwards, he states: "Anyone listening
to this backwards for a secret occult message is a real dweeb!" [68 kb] (Matthew Pak's 3 3/4" G.I.Joe Collector Guide - Volume Two:
The Television Episodes).
Roadblock's shirt changes colors (Matthew Pak's 3 3/4" G.I.Joe Collector
Guide - Volume Two: The Television Episodes).
As seen in the left image, the wrong color was used for Wet-Suit's hair.
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